Walpole company’s anonymity software aids illicit deals

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Tor Project Inc. is inadvertently providing child pornographers, drug dealers, and other criminals around the world with software that allows them to remain anonymous on the Internet.


Apple’s king, for now

It’s inevitable: At some point, Apple Inc.’s dominance in the tablet computer market will fade as competitors issue more products that are more competitive. But not yet.

Wynn renews his push for casino in Foxborough

Casino developer Steve Wynn continued his wooing of Foxborough, dispatching a dozen of his executives to meet local residents at a low-key reception.

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Heaps born to coach Revolution

Jay Heaps lacked experience but displayed the passion of someone who had grown up with the team and experienced some of its best and worst moments as a player.


Syrup makers toil this winter

Record winter temperatures are wreaking havoc with maple tree systems, forcing syrup producers to tap trunks early to catch the best, most sugary sap.

Romney lead big, but win is far off

Mitt Romney’s inability to secure more decisive wins on Super Tuesday increases the chance of a bitter fight that could stretch into August, political observers said.

Santorum’s faith isn’t driving vote of Catholics

Rick Santorum is a proud traditional Catholic, but has not had a significant victory among Catholic voters in states where exit polls have been taken.

Sole survivor testifies about Mattapan killings

Marcus Hurd, who is paralyzed from the neck down after being shot in the head, was only able to provide a vague description of his attackers.

“Maple is funny; it’s so dependent on the weather. It’s been a strange winter, so it’s a wonder how Mother Nature is going to react to it.’’

Tim Wilmot,  a maple specialist

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Construction starts on Marriott near Fenway

A Boston developer is starting construction of a Marriott Residence Inn on Brookline Avenue near Fenway Park, adding the neighborhood’s first new hotel in decades.


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76ers 103, Celtics 71

Celtics humiliated by the dazzling 76ers

Coming off two overtime games in three days, the Celtics were asking a lot of themselves to keep pace with the athletic 76ers.


“To win the GOP nomination, Romney must walk away from the equity principle behind Romneycare and Obamacare, and so he does.”

Joan Vennochi 


“The story of St. John’s University reflects the power — and the threat — that such an education still represents to a proud nation that nevertheless hungers for new ideas.”

Patricia Wen  on the lost liberal arts university of China